Today’s Selection Of Opinions And EditorialsUnhealthy Compromise The Baltimore Sun
The Democrats trying to reform the nation's health care system have met the enemy, and it is them (8/3).
Bulging Waists Creating Waste The Denver Post
While Congress works with President Obama to reform health care, the question of what to do about the obesity epidemic in our country should be front and center in the debate (8/2).
To Fix Health Care, Follow The States The Washington Post
If you tie money to results, you'll get better results. Unfortunately, government often dumps money into programs without regard to accountability and outcomes (Pawlenty, 8/3).
Limiting Rights Of Injured Patients Is Bogus Des Moines Register
The facts do not support the claim that limiting the rights of injured patients will make health care more affordable or accessible; therefore medical negligence "reform" is nothing more than a bogus cure (Semelroth, 8/2).
A Canadian Doctor Diagnoses U.S. Healthcare Los Angeles Times
Lesson No. 1: A single-payer system would eliminate most U.S. coverage problems (Rachlis, 8/3).
One Healthy Competition The Washington Post
Here's an irony for you: The health-care bills in Congress are getting better even as support for them diminishes around the country (Broder, 8/2). This is part of the KHN Morning Briefing, a summary of health policy coverage from major news organizations. Sign up for an email subscription.